Paul Feig directs this tart little neo-noir of chirpy suburban warmth and optimism meeting cool sophistication covering cold-booded devisousness.
Somewhere between Dawson’s Creek and Booksmart is the sharp, funny, and surprisingly poignant high school dram-edy (for lack of a better word) Freaks and Geeks (1999-2000). Linda Cardellini grounds the series as Junior Lindsay, the former class brain who rejects her place in the school hierarchy and, in startling identity crisis, gravitates toward the school […]
Ghostbusters (2016), the reboot / remake / revival of the 1984 frat boy comedy starring Bill Murray as a sardonic con man in academia turned nuclear powered paranormal investigator, was the most controversial film of the year if you measure such things by Facebook rants and Twitter burns from arrested adolescents. Why? Because it stars […]